33 held at underground casino Anti-triad officers arrested 33 people and seized betting chips with a face value of HK$500,000 in a raid yesterday on a flat in Shau Kei Wan. Police broke through the front door of the flat in Shau Kei Wan Road at about 12.30am. Fifteen men and 11 women were playing baccarat. Seven other men acting as lookouts were also arrested. Bid to rob prostitute ends in jail An export company manager was jailed for 61/2 years in the District Court for trying to rob a prostitute. Tsang Sui-cheung, 28, pulled out a knife after taking the woman to a room at the Regal Kowloon Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui on April 11. He pleaded guilty to attempted robbery. Burglar critical after flat fall A suspected burglar was fighting for his life in hospital after falling while trying to prise open the window of a flat in Mong Kok. The man, 37, was found with head and leg injuries in an alley behind Ngai Hing Mansion in Pak Po Street at 4.51am. Ex-executive's bail extended Koon Wing-yee, 53, a former president of listed garments maker Easyknit International Holdings, securities broker Ng Chi-keung, 67, and five others arrested over a money laundering case last year had their bail extended yesterday. They are to report back to police in May. Woman admits molesting girl A former shipping company assistant admitted molesting a 15-year-old girl she met on a gay website. Tang Sin-hang, 21, pleaded guilty to indecent assault. Fanling Court heard the two became friends and Tang molested the girl when she visited her home. The woman will be sentenced in May.